An inspiring celebration of the motorcycling community, Why We Ride is a documentary film that shares the passion of motorcycle riding and shows the camaraderie of the friends and families who ride together. As told by the many racers, riders, pioneers, and parents in the sport, the story weaves its way through generations of motorcyclists who live each day to the fullest on their two-wheeled machines. The refreshing message about the joys of motorcycling, coupled with state of the art photography, capture the imagination and set the soul in motion. WINNER-Best Documentary – Motorcycle Film Festival 2013. WINNER – AMA Hazel Kolb Brighter Image Award 2014. WINNER – Family Choice Awards 2014.
There’s no money in a “real job.” So George Jung deals pot. Lots of it. The blue-collar kid dubbed Boston George spirals up from there, into the riches and excesses of the huge cocaine cartels. And crashes hard. Johnny Depp portrays George, the ambitious outlaw who, perhaps more than any American, transformed powder cocaine from relative obscurity in the U.S. into a 1970s/80s feeding frenzy. Penelope Cruz costars in this riveting, fact-inspired tale of glitz and glamour, fast times and hard time, betrayal and Blow.
A modern twist on an enduring classic — Katie (Lucy Hale), dreams of being a recording artist but is continually thwarted by her cruel stepmother, Gail (Missi Pyle), and her stepsister, Bev (Megan Park). When Katie falls hard for Luke (Freddie Stroma), the new boy at her Performing Arts school, she tries to get his attention with her singing. However, her stepmother has other ideas and her stepsister mistakenly gets credit and Luke falls for the wrong girl. At the school’s talent showcase Katie must learn to believe in herself to win Luke and succeed in her dreams of getting a recording contract.
MPAA Rating: PG © 2011 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.
To mark the closing of New York’s historic Shea Stadium in 2008, Billy Joel drafted an all-star musical team, including Paul McCartney, Tony Bennett, John Mayer and Garth Brooks, for a last play at Shea. This hits-packed feature is a grand slam!
The music, the dancing, the romance, the leg warmers…oh, what a feeling! Get ready to re-experience all the drama as Alex (Jennifer Beals) bravely fights her way out of the welding gear, off the stripper pole and onto the dance-school floor. Flashdance, the pop-culture phenomenon of the ’80s, is back and fl ashier than ever with brand-new featurettes exploring the history, the look, the music and much more! Academy Award-winner for Best Song, “Flashdance–What A Feeling,” it’s the hit film that inspired a generation.
The strange story of David Huggins, a 74 year-old man who claims to have had a lifetime of encounters with otherworldly beings – including an interspecies romance with an extra-terrestrial woman (with whom he lost his virginity to). As a form of self-therapy, he chronicled it all in surreal oil paintings, few of which have ever been seen. Filmed in an intimate, nonjudgemental style, Love and Saucers lets David tell his story, and in turn lets the audience decide what is fact, fiction, and everything in-between.
A West London drug dealer is caught in a high stakes game of life and death when he’s duped into trying to sell one million hits of Ecstasy stolen from a vicious Serbian drug lord. © 2004 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved.